Treasuries are up again this week as analysts fear next week’s reports will show signs of the economy slowing
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Credit unions remain a misunderstood entity. Exclusivity rules governing membership, small branch sizes, and lagging technology in decades past have made credit unions, for many, less desirable financial institutions than bigger banks. However, credit unions provide many benefits and try to retain a member-centric organization to best help you.
I’m going to cut straight to the chase and tell you that mortgage rates have hit record lows yet again according to the weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey from Freddie Mac. Why is this so significant and so shocking?
If you’re a homeowner, the last thing you want to happen on your block is a foreclosure. When your neighbor’s home is foreclosed, the property values in your neighborhood are sure to take a dive. Here are some steps you can take to protect your property value from your neighbor’s foreclosed home.
The stock market is ready to open up positive this morning which have caused treasuries to drop slightly.
The key to a good paint job is not so much in the painting itself, but in the prep work. Here are five items to you should complete before you start to paint.
What does it mean to “fly standby”? The internet is awash with travel deals and websites that claim to find the lowest rates anywhere for airline tickets. Let’s take a look at another option that could potentially save you some dough.
In hopes that you spend your vacation watching the sunset instead of watching out for pickpockets, here are some tips to protect your money while on summer vacation.
Think about this – you’re sitting in the stands watching your significant other turn corners going over 200 MPH in a decked out car with 40 other drivers making the same turn. Do you think that would be stressful? We sat down and talked with Krissie Newman, Ryan Newman’s wife, just to hear what she had to say about life as a NASCAR wife.
Throughout my eight years of driving, I’ve had three different vehicles. Two were leases while the other was a truck my dad paid off and gave to me. In my experience, I think leasing is the best option.